Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute

Michelle Ingalsbe MSW

Michelle Hansten Ingalsbe has worked as a Research Coordinator and Consultant on a variety of ADAI projects since 1995. She is currently the Local Quality Assurance (QA) Monitor for the Pacific Northwest Node of the NIDA Clinical Trials Network. Previously, she served as local Project Director for a variety of ADAI and VA projects, such as the CTN0048 Cocaine Use Reduction with Buprenorphine (CURB), ADATSA Treatment Outcome Evaluation (Project STOP), Combining Medications and Behavioral Interventions for Alcoholism (COMBINE Study), Effectiveness of Contingency Management in VA Addictions Treatment (REAP Study), and the Computer Assessment of Simulated Patient Interviews Study (CASPI).

Prior to coming to ADAI, Ms. Ingalsbe worked as a Chemical Dependency Counselor at the Whitman County Alcohol Center and as a Case Manager for the Homeless Mentally Ill/Substance-Abusing population in Everett, WA.


Research Coordinator


BS, Psychology/Minor in Alcohol Studies, Washington State University
MSW, University of Washington

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Research Interests

  • Pharmacotherapies for Alcohol and Drug Dependence
  • 12-Step and other Mutual Support Programs


Ms. Inglasbe serves as the Local Quality Assurance Monitor for the CTN Pacific NW Node

Research & Other Projects